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Psyllium Fiber Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Psyllium Fiber.

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Supplements for a Healthy Heart

So you just found out that you have high cholesterol, or perhaps you have a strong family history of heart disease and want to do your best to prevent it. So you head to the pharmacy or health food store for help, only to be bombarded by countless su...  Read more

Eating Well with Type 2 Diabetes

When you have diabetes, your diet plays a key role in controlling your blood sugar levels. SparkPeople strongly encourages everyone with diabetes to meet with a Registered Dietitian or a Certified Diabetes Educator in their area. These health profess...  Read more

Weight Loss Supplements: Fact or Fiction?

Whether browsing the Internet, surfing through 500 channels, or flipping through your favorite magazine (or tabloid), you’ll find them everywhere: weight loss supplements that offer quick and easy solutions to shedding unwanted pounds. Simply p...  Read more

Delicious Ways to Boost Fiber Intake

Fiber is one of the easiest nutrients to incorporate into your diet, and one of the most important. However, many Americans don’t get the much needed 25 to 35 grams recommended daily for a healthy diet. Insufficient fiber intake can increase yo...  Read more

Eating with Diabetes: Counting ''Net'' Carbs

Since low carbohydrate diets became popular, the phrase "net carbs" has become a fairly regular fixture on the labels of food products. But, if you are not familiar with the term you may be wondering what in the world it means! There a...  Read more

Fiber One Bar with Chocolate
Updated 12/3/2014 10:00:41 AM

I eat one Fiber One bar (Oats and chocolate flavor) almost every day as a snack. It is 140 calories, but is the chocolate in this bar too much to be having every day? I just thought of that today…...  Read more

protein OR fiber...
Updated 11/21/2014 7:20:09 AM

I'm finding that when I get enough protein for the day (60+ grams) I wind up with too little fiber... whereas if I have the right amount of fiber, I don't have enough protein. That's because getting enough fiber means eating vegetarian meals (salad...  Read more

Best Best Sources of Fiber
Updated 11/13/2014 8:48:09 PM

I've been really trying to get in my servings of fruits and veggies. But when I look at my tracker, my highest sources of fiber are actually coming from processed foods like granola bars and wraps. Does that seem right? How does everyone els...  Read more

I wish that the app showed fiber with the macros l
Updated 11/10/2014 11:53:53 PM

I wish that the app showed fiber with the macros like the online version does!...  Read more

soluble vs insoluble fiber?
Updated 11/5/2014 1:46:50 PM

from what I understand is that you need a little of both. I don't know too much about this. I think I read that you can add ground up beans to spaghetti sauce and sauces to thicken it. I also, heard that you can add vegetables to the usual mainsta...  Read more

Block Sugar absorption

You can block sugar absorption by taking a fiber supplement every day. 100% psyllium fiber is available in a pill Walmart Equate 100% psyllium fiber. Good for intestinal health too! Metamucil is good too just add a tablespoon of psyllium fiber with...  Read more

Psyllium husks

Add psyllium husks to your recipe -- they have 12 g of fiber per 2 tablespoons...  Read more

Spin Me A Yarn

If you want to have fun, this is the team. We have threads on yarn, knitting, crochet & spinning. Also on the animals we get fiber from. This team is for anyone who wants daily interaction....  Read more

'Fake' Fiber in Your Food? How to Spot It

Studies over the last two decades have revealed ways to chemically alter naturally digestible starches. The chemical modifications introduce bonds that make them non-digestible by human enzymes in the digestive tract. Benefits of the newly manufactur...  Read more

Fiber: Perhaps Not as Simple as You Thought

Since the early 1950's when the term was first coined, dietary fiber has been known as a type of carbohydrate from plant foods that is not digested or absorbed. They are talked about many times based on their two different types, soluble and insolubl...  Read more